WASHINGTON, D. C. - The U.S. House voted to pass the Audit the Fed bill by a vote of 327-98 

You can find out how your representative voted HERE.

Matt Hawes. Vice President of Campaign for Liberty wrote, "Only a few years ago, few would have believed that two-thirds of the U.S. House would support a complete audit of the Federal Reserve. It’s time to further shock the establishment by carrying our momentum over into the Senate. And that’s where Audit the Fed faces its toughest test yet. Ben Bernanke and his bankster pals know they can count on Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and their other allies to do everything in their power to stop our transparency effort."

Rep. Frank Pallone and Rep. Rush Holt, both Democrat, voted "no" to the bill. 

The measure now moves to the Senate for consideration.